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  • Jussi Karlgren formulated the idea of a recommender system, or a “digital bookshelf,” in 1990.[1]
  • E-commerce and retail companies are leveraging the power of data and boosting sales by implementing recommender systems on their websites.[2]
  • Recommender systems aim to predict users’ interests and recommend product items that quite likely are interesting for them.[2]
  • If you’re running a successful business, you could probably survive without a recommender system.[2]
  • Within the context of launching a new product, implementing a recommendation system from scratch won’t be easy.[2]
  • The recommendation system in the tutorial uses the weighted alternating least squares (WALS) algorithm.[3]
  • This article outlines the background theory for matrix factorization-based collaborative filtering as applied to recommendation systems.[3]
  • You can find large scale recommender systems in retail, video on demand, or music streaming.[4]
  • In this tutorial, you will learn how to build a basic model of simple and content-based recommender systems.[5]
  • Recommender systems have also been developed to explore research articles and experts, collaborators, and financial services.[5]
  • YouTube uses the recommendation system at a large scale to suggest you videos based on your history.[5]
  • Item-based Filtering : these systems are extremely similar to the content recommendation engine that you built.[5]
  • Recommender systems were developed to address this need and many techniques were used for different approaches to the problem.[6]
  • Developing a recommender system that takes into account the social network of the user is another way of tackling the problem.[6]
  • Portals such as Amazon and Submarino use recommender systems to suggest products to their customers.[6]
  • Recommender systems try to predict the user's evaluation of an item that has not yet been evaluated.[6]
  • Modern recommender systems were created first by e-commerce giants like Amazon and then popularized by OTT platforms like Netflix.[7]
  • But before we dive deep into building a recommendation engine let’s add context to the analogy of using one with this example.[7]
  • Recommender systems are a critical tool to achieve these goals.[8]
  • In this blog post, we first review the common kinds of recommender systems in use today.[8]
  • To place the newer systems in context, let’s begin by reviewing well-established recommender systems.[8]
  • Researchers have experimented with many new approaches to recommender systems in the last few years.[8]
  • First, let's take a look at what a recommender system is and why such a system is required.[9]
  • The recommender system essentially addresses the information matching problem to better match user information with item information.[9]
  • A recommender system is required to determine which items should be ranked at the top and which ones should be ranked behind.[9]
  • A typical recommender system based on matching and ranking usually has two modules.[9]
  • Recommender systems are supposed to help us deal with these issues and make decisions that are more appropriate.[10]
  • Personalization, which should be handled from different angles, is another issue for recommendation systems.[10]
  • In this study, a contextually personalized hybrid location recommender system is developed.[10]
  • Existing recommender systems do not consider that the preferences of the users are affected by different contextual circumstances.[10]
  • To summarize, MAP computes the mean of the Average Precision (AP) over all the users for a recommendation system.[11]
  • This repository contains examples and best practices for building recommendation systems, provided as Jupyter notebooks.[12]
  • The market leader in collaborative filtering-based recommender systems.[13]
  • Recommender systems are machine learning-based systems that scan through all possible options and provides a prediction or recommendation.[14]
  • Recommender systems perform well, even if new items are added to the library.[14]
  • Netflix wants to build a recommendation system to predict a list of movies for users based on other movies' likes or dislikes.[14]
  • Recommendation systems can be used to predict the answers to precisely these questions, i.e. to determine yet unknown preferences for items.[15]
  • You would like to know more details about recommender systems?[15]
  • This blog post served as an overview of the different methodologies used in recommender systems.[15]
  • A recommender system aims to suggest products, services or items based on their prediction of user’s interests.[16]
  • The focus of companies that use recommender systems is on increasing sales.[16]
  • Recommendations given by recommender systems speed up searches and allow users to access that content in which they are interested.[16]
  • Recommender system works with two types of information.[16]
  • Below are older datasets, as well as datasets collected by my lab that are not related to recommender systems specifically.[17]
  • Collaborative filtering is arguably the most effective method for building a recommender system.[18]
  • Note that the attribute-aware recommender systems discussed in this paper are not equivalent to hybrid recommender systems.[18]
  • Finally, we cover the latest work on attribute-aware recommender systems.[18]
  • In practice, recommender systems learn to generate recommendations based on three types of approaches: pointwise, pairwise, and listwise.[18]
  • Most existing recommender systems implicitly assume one particular type of user behavior.[19]
  • The recommender system accepts user request, recommends N items to the user, and records user choice.[19]
  • Second, we propose a hybrid recommender system combining random and k-nearest neighbor algorithms.[19]
  • Third, we redefine the recall and diversity metrics based on the new scenario to evaluate the recommender system.[19]
  • In these cases, a recommender system for ephemeral groups of users is more suitable than (well-studied) recommender systems for individuals.[20]
  • In this paper we present a recommendation system for groups of users that go to the cinema.[20]
  • Therefore, in this article we will board the problem of recommender systems for ephemeral groups.[20]
  • In order to validate the performance of our recommendation system, we perform a preliminary set of experiments with 57 ephemeral groups.[20]
  • Recommender systems are an important class of machine learning algorithms that offer "relevant" suggestions to users.[21]
  • Practically, recommender systems encompass a class of techniques and algorithms which are able to suggest “relevant” items to users.[21]
  • The relevancy is something that the recommender system must determine and is mainly based on historical data.[21]
  • We can easily create a collaborative filtering recommender system using Graph Lab![21]
  • Recommender systems are machine learning systems that help users discover new product and services.[22]
  • Content-based recommender systems work well when descriptive data on the content is provided beforehand.[22]
  • Recommender systems work behind the scenes on many of the world's most popular websites.[22]
  • The design of such recommendation engines depends on the domain and the particular characteristics of the data available.[23]
  • Recommender systems are the systems that are designed to recommend things to the user based on many different factors.[24]
  • Netflix uses a recommender system to recommend movies & web-series to its users.[24]
  • It is a type of recommendation system which works on the principle of popularity and or anything which is in trend.[24]
  • It is another type of recommendation system which works on the principle of similar content.[24]
  • Recommender systems are a useful alternative to search algorithms since they help users discover items they might not have found otherwise.[25]
  • Recommender systems have been the focus of several granted patents.[25]
  • Many algorithms have been used in measuring user similarity or item similarity in recommender systems.[25]
  • Another common approach when designing recommender systems is content-based filtering.[25]
  • Scalability is a key factor when determining which type of recommender systems to use.[26]
  • In recommender systems, the user-item preference matrix is often very sparse with the majority of the entries being missing.[26]
  • The Youtube recommender system divided the modeling process into two steps.[26]
  • The videos watched outside Youtube site are not from the recommender system, and can effectively surface new content (Youtube|2016).[26]

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  1. What’s a Recommender System?
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Introduction to Recommender Systems in 2019
  3. 3.0 3.1 Building a Recommendation System in TensorFlow: Overview
  4. Machine Learning for Recommender systems — Part 1 (algorithms, evaluation and cold start)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 (Tutorial) Recommender Systems in Python
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Recommender systems in social networks
  7. 7.0 7.1 What Is Recommender System?How To Build One (Step By Step Tutorial)
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 What’s new in recommender systems
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 Basic Concepts and Architecture of a Recommender System
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 Developing a Contextually Personalized Hybrid Recommender System
  11. Recommender System Metrics — Clearly Explained
  12. microsoft/recommenders: Best Practices on Recommendation Systems
  13. Recommender systems
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 Recommendation System Tutorial with Python using Collaborative Filtering
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Recommender systems – part 3: Personalized recommender systems, machine learning and evaluation
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 What is Recommender System?
  17. Recommender Systems Datasets
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Attribute-Aware Recommender System Based on Collaborative Filtering: Survey and Classification
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 19.3 A Hybrid Recommender System Based on User-Recommender Interaction
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 Let’s go to the cinema!: A movie recommender system for ephemeral groups of users
  21. 21.0 21.1 21.2 21.3 An Easy Introduction to Machine Learning Recommender Systems
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 An In-Depth Guide to How Recommender Systems Work
  23. Recommender Systems
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 What Are Recommendation Systems in Machine Learning?
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 Recommender system
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 Recommender Systems in Practice

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